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Certain As The Sun Ch. 6
The tavern was a place where all kinds of people gather; travelers coming from other villages stopped there for a place to get some food and drink before setting out, or local residents meeting up with friends and discussing the day. The whole building was hardly ever quiet, in fact every few minutes a new metal cup would be filled or re-filled...and coins would be placed on the tabletop or in the hands of the servant. To one corner, a pair of musicians played their instruments and in the other few men played Senet.
Yes, this was of place where one could be merry. Everyone was laughing and smiling...except one.
Slouched in his chair, eyes hard, fingers drumming the table while the other hand twirled a dagger...was Bakura, the Mercenary. Still adorned with the gold rings on his fingers, the white-haired man was not in the best of moods. He had failed to make Angela his bride...the fact that she said 'no' to him was enough to make his blood boil. No one said 'no' to him! With a snarl, he
Certain As The Sun Ch. 5
They soon left the dungeon and went down a few hallways. It was still dark and gloomy, but better than where she had been before in this strange place. Mahad made the orb on his green staff glow to light the way; which made it somewhat less terrifying. Even so, Angela stuck close to her guide, she did not want to get lost in this dark and vast palace.
"Are you serious?!"
Angela gasped as a second Ka Spirit joined them. It was large, blue and purple with a sword on it's belt and two large dragon wings. While she couldn't see it's eyes, the scowl on it's lips was enough to tell her it wasn't happy.
"Calm down." Mahad said, sternly. "I'm just taking her to her room-"
"You seriously want to go to the Afterlife that badly?!" Seth softly hissed.
Mahad glared, and replied just as softly, "Would you rather end up a Stone Tablet?"
The Duos was about to reply, but then then sighed in defeat. "Fine...fine."
Mahad mentally smiled, then turned to Angela. "Sorry if he frightened you, Miss. Th
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Angela added soap to her wash basin, before cleaning her hands of the yellow-green pigment that was splattered on them. She had spent the whole morning grinding herbs for tinctures and mixing up remedies. It was hard work...but she loved it. The scent that the herbal plants released always calmed her. Once her hands were washed, she took a basket out to her small garden on the side of the house.
John and Angela drew some vegetables, as well as some herbal plants that were common. Such as Aloe and a few others. The young woman took pride in her plants; tending to them, weeding and pruning them so they'd grow strong. Many said that she had a 'magic touch', for the plants bright colors and scent were the strongest they had ever seen. Even the Butterflies and Honey Bees came to her garden more than any other; to have the nectar of the few regular flowers that grew there too. Which was mostly Cornflowers, Jasmine, Red Poppies and Iris.
The young woman kneeled in front of her garden that had
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He had been down this old route many times, thousands of times in fact that the old warrior knew it by heart. The time they'd get there would be around ten o'clock; find an inn to settle for the night and then get what was needed in the early morning...finally he and Oberon would be heading home.
John calmly looked all around at the scenery as Oberon pulled the wagon down the trail. Sometimes there would be a rock formation that resembled an animal; like a rabbit or falcon...or perhaps a tree growing wild. Halfway to John hummed a few bars of an folk old song to past the time.
He was nearly knocked off the wagon when the horse stopped suddenly.
"Oberon?! What's the-oh..."
By the look of things, a boulder had gotten loose from the mountain and fell; blocking the path. Clearly, it had happened sometime last night. "Blast! Well...we can't go that way." John muttered. "Hmm. We've come too far to turn around now...I wonder if there's another path to take?"
He looked up at the sky and frowne
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Far from where the jungle now hid the Pharaoh's palace, was a village. Nestled between a river and small mountains, it was quite a lovely place.
It was the stopping point, for many Merchants to sell their wares. As it was the dawn of Trading with other countries like China; there were thousands of new things to see and find.
All the houses were made of Sandstone or Alabaster stone with wooden doors and shutters; some small and others were larger with a second story. Many of the people who lived there had been in the village their whole lives...others came just for the peace and quiet. All had a routine that never changed; nor would it ever.
Yet there was one who didn't act as they did.
A young woman left her stone house, as the sun rose with a basket under one arm. She was dressed in a pastel green off the shoulder top, dark green skirt, and belt of brown leather. Shoes of the same leather were on her feet, and a green stone hung on a lea
Certain as the Sun
Long ago, in Ancient Egypt...
There lived a kingdom that flourished with bountiful crops, rivers full of fish, and people helping each other. Never was a kingdom so cheerful and in harmony.
Then out of nowhere, a shadow fell across the land. The Pharaoh's wife fell ill and died while giving birth to her child...a son. The kingdom mourned from the loss of their queen with the Pharaoh. Yet, as time passed the Prince grew and became his father's most valued treasure; more so than any of the riches in the Treasure Room. Sadly, the gentle man passed away while helping a neighboring kingdom stop a war.
Therefore, his son took the throne at the age of 19. The Prince-now Pharaoh- had no time to weep or mourn for his father, and he was unable to ever have a moment alone. He believed that his heart would never heal from the pain of losing his parents, for everyday his chest felt heavier. Nor did he think, that his uncle would become cruel and smother the kindness from his heart with each pass
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